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Still Waters

Jellyfish underneath Russia's arctic sea ice

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It is a freezing landscape of ice and snow.

But venture a few metres under the surface, as diver and photographer Alexander Semenov did, and you enter the dream-like world of translucent 'lion's mane' jellyfish.

The marine biologist Alexander Semenov has spent more than two years in the hostile environment of the ultra-remote White Sea Biological Station, on the western coast of Russia.

Whenever he gets down-time, he floats his way beneath the surface, to capture images of the beautiful, if occasionally painful, creatures of the deep.

http://www.dailymail...ves-Russia.html

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how are they not blobsicles down there???

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